A Patriot Treated Worse Than A Criminal In Biden’s America

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The former U.S. President, Donald Trump, expressed his displeasure over his recent booking at Fulton County jail, following the 13 charges against him regarding his actions towards reversing the 2020 election results.

In separate conversations with Fox News Digital and Newsmax soon after his detainment, Trump termed his experience as deeply distressing and unsettling, specifically mentioning the moment his mugshot was captured.

“I agreed to the mugshot, though it was my first time ever,” he shared with Fox Digital. He further stated the discomfort of the process, particularly when he believes he’s innocent.

Speaking to Newsmax’s Greg Kelly upon his return to New Jersey, Trump elaborated on his experience. He humorously remarked that despite attending the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance, he was unfamiliar with the term “mug shot”, only to experience it later.

Reflecting on his recent legal challenges, Trump said, “I’ve faced situations like this several times before. I had little knowledge about indictments, but now I’ve faced them multiple times.” He went on to imply that these consecutive charges seem like an attempt to exhaust him, which he vowed wouldn’t succeed.

Interestingly, this was Trump’s fourth arrest this year, having been charged previously in Manhattan, Florida, and Washington, D.C. However, this was the first instance where a mugshot was insisted upon, distinguishing the Atlanta process.

Over the week, mugshots of Trump’s associates in Fulton County have been disclosed. The Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis, has given a deadline until Friday noon for those implicated in the case to turn themselves in.

The recent 13 charges against Trump were due to his alleged attempts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results. The charges, filed by Willis, detailed Trump’s alleged actions, including pressuring election authorities, introducing incorrect elector lists, and launching a legal action to challenge the state’s results.